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Li-ion 18650 Battery: 14.8V 4.4Ah (65.12Wh, 2x4S/S) w/ PCB (5.28)

Your Price: $71.00
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Product ID # 3600
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5 to 20$68.87
21 to 50$67.45
51 to 100$66.03
101 or more$63.90
*Important Shipping Regulation This pack is for testing (prototype) only. It has not been UN38.3 tested yet.  Read more...
  • High capacity Li-Ion battery 14.8V 4400mAh is made of 8pcs High quality Sanyo/LG/Other Top Brand Korea 2200 mAh 18650 Li-Ion cylinder cells and  packed by 4 series and  2 parallel (4S2P)
  • shrink wrapped in PVC.
 Voltage 14.8V (working)   16.8V ( peak)  11.0V ( cut-off)
 Capacity 4400 mAh min. (65.12 wh)
  • One PCB (8A)installed with the  battery pack and protects the battery from
    • Overcharge       (>16.8V)
    • Over discharge  ( < 11.0 V)
    • Over drain ( >  8 Amp)
    • Short circuits
  • One 4.2A polyswitch installed to limit  max. discharging current at 4.2A and to protect wrong polarity
 Max. Discharging Rate 4.2 Amp limited by polyswitch
 Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.65" (67.3mm) x 1.5" (38.1mm) x 3.0" (76.2mm) 
 Weight 368 g  ( 12.9 Oz ) 
 Smart Tips
  • You may DIY the battery pack with 13.2V regulator with switch(2A rate) for 13.2VDC 2.0A Max output
  • You may choose our 14.8V (1.8A, UL listed) Smart Li-Ion battery charger to recharge this battery pack. 
    • Charging time = 3.7 hours.
  • Please keep your old bike lighting connector. You may need to link our wire to a special connector to make your lighting work properly , in case our universal connectors can not fit your light.
  • If you would like to use this charger in your car,  you can choose our 110W DC-AC inverter, then you can charge your RC battery everywhere.
  • Perfect for Halogen bike headlight up to 15W.  The burning time is about 5.5hrs.
  • Can power 2 x 15W halogen light but must turn light on one at a time
  • Can replace any 13.2V NiMH battery pack and 14.8V Li-Ion battery packs. For example;

    • Niterider  Headtrip, Storm, Blowtorch etc    
    • Starfire Dual or single Beam
  • Li-Ion battery may exploded if misusing. We are not responsible for any damages or losses caused by misusing (included but not limited to: improperly charging/discharging, any changes of this battery pack, misassembling battery packs) .
  • Always charge battery with attention.  Battery pack shall be placed on a fire-proof place to avoid any accident
  • Please check battery polarity before plug battery into light.
  • For safety warning please see the link here

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minsley (Victoria, BC V8Z3R1) 6/28/2012 2:39 PM
Great range of products and prices
Train Power
(Unknown) 1/3/2009 9:24 PM
I use this battery to power my G-scale out door trains. I get about 4 hours of running time with long trains and steep grades.
Using 14.8 volt to power outdoor trains
scedarleaf (Unknown) 8/17/2009 7:41 AM
I've been using the 14.8 volt 4400 mAh Li-ion packs with great success on my outdoor Large Scale train layout. Run times vary from 2.75 - 6 hours depending on the locomotive and consist. I'm very pleased with this product.
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